Xolo: Lava to Launch Successor of Xolo X900 on March 14 [REPORT]

    Only few hours are left to hit the next day, which is March 14th. One of the most interesting moments in the tech world in 2013. It can be said so, as Samsung is planning to unwrap its Galaxy S4 at a special event in New York City. At the same time, it seems like Lava International is leaving no stone unturned to steal the limelight from the South Korean tech giant. Yes! The company is all set to launch an Intel processor powered Xolo smartphone, on the very same day in Goa, India.


    Claimed by Lava to be the fastest Xolo smartphone launched ever, the handset has been teased on the social platforms as Mission X, whether it be the company's official Facebook page or Twitter page. Lava Xolo countdown is also ticking the hearbeats of many.

    Further, Lava has also brought out a Xolo BID X contest, which will end on March 14 at 4pm. As per the contest, participants will have to bid a price of the handset and those, who will bid the closest price point, will win the brand new Xolo smartphone for free. As of now, over 20,274 bidders have enrolled themselves for this contest.

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    Xolo: Lava to Launch Successor of Xolo X900 on March 14 [REPORT]

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    Well, amid all this fanfare and contests, no one has got any clue on the main features and pricing of this upcoming handset. But Gizbot has got a clue for you. Yes! We can definitely anticipate that the smartphone which is going to be uncovered tomorrow is the successor of Lava Xolo X900, which is currently available in India at Rs 13,999.

    Last year, around the same time, just ahead of Samsung Galaxy S3 launch Lava and Intel together unveiled Xolo X900 featuring 4.03-inch high-resolution LCD touchscreen, Android Gingerbread initially, but now Android Ice Cream Sandwich out-of-box, 8-megapixel camera, battery life of up to 5 hours of 3G browsing, 45 hours of audio and 8 hours of talk time.


    Further, the most interesting part is that the handset was launched powered by 1.6 GHz Atom processor with Hyper Threading Technology, which the company claimed brought speed and multi-tasking performance at a more enhanced level.

    And now in the BID X teaser posted on Facebook, Xolo has hinted some of the features which seems to be an enhanced version of the X900 specifications.

    Super Fast Processor with Hyper Threading technology

    Xolo claims that the upcoming smartphone will have an Intel Atom processor with Hyper Threading technology. The technology of Intel will enable instant multi-tasking.


    In the teaser, Xolo has stated that Mission X smartphone has the best in class design. The handset is claimed to have a unibody design with 2.5D curved edge-to-edge glass all finished luxuriously and designed to enable ease of use.


    Xolo Mission X smartphone is hinted to be a HD display of 720p resolution and 312 ppi pixel density with single glass solution. However, there is no clue on the size of the screen used in the forthcoming smartphone, but now it can be guessed that it will be around 4.5 inches.


    Xolo also claims that the Mission X handset will have a camera with features such as Burst Mode, full HD video recording of 1080p. Again, the exact camera spec is not known, however, it is speculated to be an 8MP shooter or maybe above that.

    Update: Xolo X1000 has been launched at Rs 19,999. Click here to know about competition.

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